Study conducted by UoA’s Centre for Private International Law Published by European Parliament

studyA study entitled ‘The Evidentiary Effects of Authentic Acts in the Member States of the European Union, in the Context of Successions’, has been published online by the European Parliament.

The paper is the outcome of a European Parliament funded project undertaken by University of Aberdeen Law School staff Members Prof. Paul Beaumont, Dr. Jonathan Fitchen and Jayne Holliday LLM. It is one of three ongoing projects of the Centre for Private International Law.

A discussion of the study will take place in Brussels in December 2016 with Dr. Jonathan Fitchen in attendance.

For more background information have a look here, and the study itself is available to read here.

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